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    Bart Pouteau
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    Default Configuration File and Subtypes

    After downloading the lastest version of the tools I found that the syntax in the config file has changed and while previous versions allowed you to specify subtypes, the latest verion looks for editing templates. Is it still possible to use subtypes in the latest version and if yes what would the syntax be?

    Also, once I've made the required modifications to my config file how to I get the tool to load it by default?

    Thanks.

    Bart

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    Default Re: Configuration File and Subtypes

    Was able to answer my own question for the first part, still wondering about the second.

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    Default Re: Configuration File and Subtypes

    If you open the Infrastructure Reporting Toolbar, the last tool will show the Config file location. The toolset always loads the file called Loaded.config. Place your config changes in this file.
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    Default Re: Configuration File and Subtypes

    Got it. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Configuration File and Subtypes

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeMillerGIS View Post
    If you open the Infrastructure Reporting Toolbar, the last tool will show the Config file location. The toolset always loads the file called Loaded.config. Place your config changes in this file.
    I have been trying to get my config file - and the last tool on the reporting toobar is "Select Junctions by Edge Count"....

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    Default Re: Configuration File and Subtypes

    Shana,
    You need to download and install the latest version. That is a new tool I included to help locate the config file.
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    Default Re: Configuration File and Subtypes

    hmmph - I thought I did...will try again, thanks...

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    Exclamation Re: Configuration File and Subtypes

    Mike- I see my problem is...for some reason it isn't overwriting the "old" Attribute Assistant Version 2.0 and WUtil Network Editing 1.2 - and I can't unistall those two becasue it gives me an error that it can't find either .msi file...

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    Default Re: Configuration File and Subtypes

    Did you have them installed at 9.3? Are you using 10? There is no "install/uninstall" for add ins at ArcGIS 10. Use the add in manager in ArcMap to remove the old ones, then restart ArcMap. Close ArcMap, then double click the add ins. If you did not uninstall the old tools before uninstalling ArcMap 9.3, then the entries in the add/remove programs are stuck there. They will not affect the tools at 10.
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    That did it! Thanks!

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